Saturday, March 9, 2013

More Bullshit from the Irish Coalition government

More Bullshit from the Irish Coalition government

“Banking was conceived in inequity and was born in sin.

The bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave

them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen
they will create enough deposits to buy it back again.

However, take it away from them, and all the great fortunes
like mine will disappear and they ought to disappear, for this
would be a happier and better world to live in.

But, if you wish to remain the slaves of bankers and pay ´
the costs of your own salary, let them continue to create deposits.”
Sir Josiah Stamp – Bank of England:

(1880-1941) President of the Bank of England. He was the
second richest man in Britain in the 1920s.

That says it all!

`Banks given repossession Green light by coalition.´
this was an article in the Irish Independent by Fionnan Sheehan
on 28 Feb. 2013.

The Coalition government is allegedly giving the banks the Green light
`to push through repossessions -- of both homes and buy-to-let
properties -- as part of a solution to mortgage arrears.´

How nice. What´s wrong with this title and the facts?

First, the Government of the Republic of Ireland is not giving
the Banks any ´Green Lights.´ The Banksters own the country,
lock, stock and barrel. This is just phony bullshit put before the
Irish people to make it seem as if this is a decision of a sovereign
Irish government, when in fact it is a decision of the Real government:
the Bankers.

Let´s not forget either that the Bank of Ireland is more like a subsidiary
of an English the Bank of England. The Bank of Ireland got
it´s first charter in 1783.

No government is independent and Sovereign if it is ruled by
a handful a banking families! And, Ireland, like most countries fit
this description.

The wealthiest banking and other families Ah Shell Oil for one,
(See `The Great Oil and Gas Giveaway´ 
and visit their Facebook page) the largest corporations on earth and
the US government need a ruse so their direct control, robbery, and
raping of national resources (Think Shell for one) the people of various
countries is clouded a bit, except for those with eyes.

That´s why we have the political class, and political parties. They are
part of the `fiction´ of independence, when in fact Ireland is like a
fiefdom of the ruling financial interests.

The decisions are made by the owners...banking and other owniers,
and the politicians are told what to do. That way, we hear politicians
talking about `sharing the burden´ or `pain.´ It´s more than a burden.
It´s a robbery on a massive scale. Whole continents.

The politicians and the politicial parties are just their
paid whores (and again, I apologize to all hard working
prostitutes because most are working hard to survive
and do not get bribes, brown bags of money, or hush

The revolutionaries of last century gave the Irish people
a chance to be free. But, the government long ago stopped
being the government of the people. The various governments
of the Republic of Ireland have been a tool of the bankers rule.

President James Madison: “History records that the money changers
have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means
possible to maintain their control of governments by controlling
money and its issuance.”

The wealthiest banking families on earth and largest
and those who own the largest corporations, whether they
be oil, war manufacturers, but really bankers need the ruse of
a political class and political parties.

This way we hear politicians telling us that the `burden´ or
`pain´ will be shared.  It´s more like a buggery!

It is these bloodsuckers, that´s what Malcolm X called Capitalists,
and he was right. They need the fiction of a government of the people,
so that the people will keep believing in that crap.

Look what they´ve done in Iceland. They´ve held the bankers and
politicians (and auditors) accountable. Of course a number of them
fled the country, but a number are in jail. and that is the only fitting
place for the major banking families and the politicians who serve them.

Wake up.

I stand by every word of this.

Paul Meuse